Langhe Bianco "Rabel", Cagliero
Organic

Langhe Bianco "Rabel", Cagliero - 2020

Item # 37725 750mL
$16.96/ Single Bottle
$203.52 $183.17/ Case of 12
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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.


Tasting Notes

A delicious white wine that's full of personality. This comes from the Cagliero family's vineyards in the north of the Langhe. The vineyards are planted on steep slopes at a high elevation. This contributes to the lively, fresh appeal of this unoaked white wine. Rabel is dialect for the noisy, joyful noise made amongst friends.


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